Saturday, August 10th, 2013

Caudalie Divine Scrub
Caudalie Divine Scrub

Caudalie Divine Scrub ($38.00 for 5.3 oz.) is described as a “softening scrub with brown sugar and four natural plant oils, featuring [their] signature Divine fragrance.” It’s noted to “gentlye exfoliate” for “soft, delicately fragranced skin.” Caudalie recommends using it twice a week on damp skin, then rinsing.

The consistency is almost solid, and as you dig through and use the product, it gets more pliable, but it’s a product that you dig and scoop out (I did get a lot underneath my nails when doing so). I wish the consistency was looser, so it would be easier to apply and I would feel like I could get just the right amount out rather than too much or too little. It’s a sugar-based scrub, so the granules are less abrasive than a salt-based scrub. As you work the scrub against the skin, it emulsifies into a milky consistency and the granules melt in about twenty seconds.

If you like gentle exfoliation that doesn’t feel like you’re scraping skin off your body, you may like this. I, on the other hand, do like a grittier scrub, as this didn’t really feel like it was working away the dead skin cells. I think the natural oils included in the product did more than the sugar, as they did leave the skin feeling soft, smooth, and lightly hydrated. I get really dry skin on my legs, and the scrub alone wasn’t hydrating enough to keep scales at bay, but it was enough hydration for my arms and torso. The product has a sweet, woody scent with a hint of pepper and rose. Many people love the scent, and of the Divine products I’ve tried, it was the least scented and noticeable. I couldn’t smell it once I stepped out of the shower unless I put my nose to my skin, and after two hours, I couldn’t even detect it then.

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Caudalie Divine Scrub
Caudalie Divine Scrub

Caudalie Divine Scrub
Caudalie Divine Scrub

Caudalie Divine Scrub
Caudalie Divine Scrub

Caudalie Divine Scrub
Caudalie Divine Scrub

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4 thoughts on “Caudalie Divine Scrub Review & Photos

  1. I have heard many great things about this scrub. But I think that I personally prefer my scrubs a little rougher. I really want to feel the exfoliation.

  2. I also agree that I prefer a more abrasive exfoliator. But overall, I have had great luck with Caudalie products.

  3. Avatar of mish2378 Michelle

    Have you tried the Fresh sugar scrub ?